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AASCIT Communications | Volume 1, Issue 3 | Oct. 13, 2014 online | Page:75-80
Adapting Data for Web Applications That Use IPv6 Internet Protocol
The paper presents the study cases for using different types of data in the web applications that use IPv6 Internet Protocol. These types of applications may use various sets of data that come from different sources or results from other business applications. A different way of using these data in web applications that use IPv6 Internet Protocol is to apply Java custom methods from a package written by the developer for this case. The data will be transferred from the server side to the numerous clients according to the request made through the web application. The custom Java package that perform transfer of data between server and clients is build according to IPv6 Internet Protocol and makes possible the coded and distributed to a large number of users interconnected in a large network. Using Java programming language to develop this package makes possible the integration of data into any type of web applications and even to include custom methods from specialized drivers that connect user’s application to the data stored on the server side.
Dănuţ-Octavian Simion, Business Administration, University of South East Europe Lumina, Bucharest, Romania.
Java Custom Methods, Ipv6 Internet Protocol, Java Objects Integration, Open-Source Java Components, UML Diagrams, Web Applications
David Gallardo, “Java design patterns 101”, ibm.com/developerWorks, 2011.
Dănuţ-Octavian Simion, “Using Java in Business Applications”, WSEAS Conferences in the University Politehnica, Bucharest, Romania, pp. 218–223, April 20-22, 2010, Conference/Session: ECC_COMPUTING, ISBN: 978-960-474-178-6, ISSN: 1790-5117.
Owen DeLong, “Porting IPv4 applications to IPv4/v6 dual stack”, Hurricane Electric, 2011.
Owen DeLong, “Essential IPv6 for the Linux Systems Administrator”, Hurricane Electric, 2010.
James W. Cooper, “Java Design Patterns At a Glance”, www.javacamp.org/designPattern/ 2010.
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URI: http://www.sun.com/software/javaenterprisesystem/
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URI: http://www.javarules.org/
Arcticle History
Submitted: Aug. 25, 2014
Accepted: Sep. 4, 2014
Published: Oct. 13, 2014
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